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Publications:  Mr Max Marsden

Marsden MER, Marsden MER, Mossadegh S, Marsh W, Tai N, Tai N(2020). Development of a major incident triage tool: The importance of evidence from implementation studies. BMJ Military Health vol. 166, (3)
Naumann DN, Marsden MER, Brandt ML, Bowley DM(2020). The Bouffant Hat Debate and the Illusion of Quality Improvement. Annals of surgery vol. 271, (4) 635-636.
Pearce AP, Marsden MER, Newell N, Hancorn K, Lecky F, Brohi K, Tai N(2020). Trends in admission timing and mechanism of injury can be used to improve general surgical trauma training. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England vol. 102, (1) 36-42.
Lendrum R, Perkins Z, Chana M, Marsden M, Davenport R, Grier G, Sadek S, Davies G(2019). Reply to: Prehospital REBOA: Time to clearly define the relevant indications. Resuscitation vol. 142, 191-192.
Marsden MER, Rossetto A, Duffield CAB, Woolley TGD, Buxton WP, Steynberg S, Bagga R, Tai NRM(2019). Prehospital tranexamic acid shortens the interval to administration by half in Major Trauma Networks: A service evaluation. Emergency Medicine Journal vol. 36, (7) 395-400.
Marsden M, Benger J, Brohi K, Curry N, Foley C, Green L, Lucas J, Rossetto A et al.(2019). Coagulopathy, cryoprecipitate and CRYOSTAT-2: realising the potential of a nationwide trauma system for a national clinical trial. British Journal of Anaesthesia vol. 122, (2) 164-169.
Scattergood S, Marsden M, Kyrimi E, Ishii H, Doddi S, Sinha P(2019). Combined ultrasound and Sestamibi scintigraphy provides accurate preoperative localisation for patients with primary hyperparathyroidism. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England vol. 101, (2) 97-102.
lendrum R, PERKINS Z, chana M, MARSDEN M, grier G, DAVENPORT RA, sadek S, davies G(2018). Pre-Hospital Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta for Exsanguinating Pelvic Haemorrhage. Resuscitation
MARSDEN M, CARDEN R, Navaratne L, Smith IM, Penn-Barwell JG, Kraven LM, BROHI KH, TAI N et al.(2018). Outcomes following trauma laparotomy for hypotensive trauma patients: a UK military and civilian perspective. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery
Marsden MER, Sharrock AE, Hansen CL, Newton NJ, Bowley DM, Midwinter M(2016). British military surgical key performance indicators: Time for an update?. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps vol. 162, (5) 373-378.
Smith IM, Naumann DN, Marsden MER, Ballard M, Bowley DM (2015). Images of War: Accurate FAST and Abdominal CT Minimizes Negative Laparotomy for Battlefield Abdominal Trauma. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SURGERY. vol. 102, 198-198.
Smith IM, Naumann DN, Marsden MER, Ballard M, Bowley DM(2015). Scanning and war: Utility of FAST and CT in the assessment of battlefield abdominal trauma. Annals of Surgery vol. 262, (2) 389-396.
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